Bronzes and Broadcasts
Panelists from the media and museum worlds discuss the interplay between art, culture, and the media in creating the modern global citizen in "Bronzes and Broadcasts: How Museums and the Media Reach Global Audiences" at the Kennedy School. Here, Robin Young, host of
WBUR radio's "Here and Now" and Jennifer Eccleston, CNN correspondent debate the changing role and landscape of media outlets.
Exploring Careers in Africa
Thursday afternoon, Harvard undergraduates line up to try a taste of traditional African food before listening to a panel on "Exploring Careers in Africa" organized by the Office of Career Services.
Immigration Reform Panel
Douglas Massey of Princeton University gives a presentation on immigration issues, as Edward Schumacher-Matos and George Borjas of Harvard Kennedy School look on.
Ghungroo 2011 showcases South Indian dance traditions at its opening performance at the Agassiz Theater yesterday.
University President Drew G. Faust will sign an agreement Friday with the Pentagon that will recognize Naval ROTC. The move fulfills a promise she made at a speech (above) with Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen in attendance. In her address she said that she would welcome back ROTC to Harvard with the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell."
Students and community members attend the Compline in Appleton Chapel in Memorial Church in remembrance of Reverend Peter J. Gomes.